Planning Proposal (Rezoning) Application - Cnr Hawke, Bowen & Currambene Streets, Huskisson

Council has received a proponent-initiated Planning Proposal request to rezone Lots 7 & 8 in DP 758530 at the corner of Hawke, Bowen & Currambene Streets, Huskisson from SP2 – Place of Public Worship to B4 – Mixed Use Business under the Shoalhaven LEP 2014. The purpose of the rezoning would be to enable a mixed use development comprising a residential apartment building, tourist and visitor accommodation (hotel and serviced apartments), and retail premises (including food and beverage). The proposal also seeks to increase the ‘maximum height of buildings’ control in the LEP from 10 m to 13 m and the ‘incentive building height’ from 13 m to 16 m.

What happens next?

The planning proposal is at an early stage and has not been formally considered by Council.

At this stage it is anticipated that matter will be reported to Council’s Development and Environment Committee in January 2020, for initial consideration and to determine if Council will progress the planning proposal. The feedback period has now closed.

Should Council resolve to progress the Planning Proposal, community feedback will be formally sought at the appropriate stage, subject to meeting State Government requirements.

Related Information - Recent Development Application

It is understood that the land is being purchased by the proponent from the Anglican Church. A development application to demolish the church hall and shed and relocate the historic church was approved in June 2019 (DA18/2102). Documentation regarding the development application is available via DA Tracking at:

http://www3.shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au/masterviewUI/modules/ApplicationMaster/Default.aspx



Learn more about Shoalhaven City Council's Planning Proposal (Rezoning) Guidelines.


Council has received a proponent-initiated Planning Proposal request to rezone Lots 7 & 8 in DP 758530 at the corner of Hawke, Bowen & Currambene Streets, Huskisson from SP2 – Place of Public Worship to B4 – Mixed Use Business under the Shoalhaven LEP 2014. The purpose of the rezoning would be to enable a mixed use development comprising a residential apartment building, tourist and visitor accommodation (hotel and serviced apartments), and retail premises (including food and beverage). The proposal also seeks to increase the ‘maximum height of buildings’ control in the LEP from 10 m to 13 m and the ‘incentive building height’ from 13 m to 16 m.

What happens next?

The planning proposal is at an early stage and has not been formally considered by Council.

At this stage it is anticipated that matter will be reported to Council’s Development and Environment Committee in January 2020, for initial consideration and to determine if Council will progress the planning proposal. The feedback period has now closed.

Should Council resolve to progress the Planning Proposal, community feedback will be formally sought at the appropriate stage, subject to meeting State Government requirements.

Related Information - Recent Development Application

It is understood that the land is being purchased by the proponent from the Anglican Church. A development application to demolish the church hall and shed and relocate the historic church was approved in June 2019 (DA18/2102). Documentation regarding the development application is available via DA Tracking at:

http://www3.shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au/masterviewUI/modules/ApplicationMaster/Default.aspx



Learn more about Shoalhaven City Council's Planning Proposal (Rezoning) Guidelines.


  • Update

    about 1 month ago
    Update

    Council has received an updated Urban Design Strategy (UDS) from the proponent. The updated UDS now includes the photomontages that were missing in the previous (draft) version. View the updated version in the 'documents' tab or click here.


    Council has received an updated Urban Design Strategy (UDS) from the proponent. The updated UDS now includes the photomontages that were missing in the previous (draft) version. View the updated version in the 'documents' tab or click here.